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... and the Northwest Territories comprise 90% of existing Wood Bison, although six smaller public and private captive breeding herds with conservation objectives comprise approximately 10% of the total (n ... representative founding stock from northern Wood Buffalo National Park in northeastern Alberta and southern Northwest Territories ... larger free-ranging herds in and around Wood Buffalo National Park were infected with bovine brucellosis and tuberculosis after 7,000 Plains Bison (Bison bison bison) were trans-shipped by barge from Buffalo ...
... YOP, ICAO CYOP) and passes through the towns of Rainbow Lake and High Level before it ends at the Wood Buffalo National Park boundary west of Garden ... An extension to Wood Buffalo National Park opened on November 8, 2011 under a joint project between Government of Alberta, the Government of Canada, and the Little Red River Cree Nation (LRRCN ... At its eastern extremity, Highway 58 continues as a Garden River Road within Wood Buffalo National Park to Garden River ...
... Elk Island National Park has a prominent history in large ungulate conservation ... were shipped to Elk Island as a temporary waystation until the fencing at Buffalo Park in Wainwright was completed ... finished and 325 bison were relocated to Buffalo National Park ...
... in was the Parks Branch’s first attempt to create a wood bison sanctuary ... peoples were to blame for the decrease in the population of buffalo ... Affairs Department and wildlife conservationists was very evident at the National Conference on Conservation of Game, Fur-Bearing Animals, and other Wild Life held in ...
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